In 1989, Ultramagnetic MC's recorded a sprawling rap tribute to the NBA All-Star team. In 2006, three goofballs in Brooklyn did the same. They never stopped.
The NHL had a good thing going with the breakaway challenge in the skills competition during All-Star Weekend. So, of course, they canceled it.
With Melo starting in his 9th All-Star game, we spent some time with him off the court in Toronto and watched his prep alma mater Oak Hill play Orangeville Prep, a team of young Canadian high school stars.
Sudbury Ontario's Jordan Kilganon threw down a filthy 50 dunk in jeans.
In 2006, three friends got together and recorded a rap song about every NBA All-Star. They're still at it 11 years later. Enjoy these Kyle Lowry lyrics of fury.
McCollum is a frontrunner for the NBA's Most Improved Player award, while also working as a radio host in his spare time.